Summary: Normally I would take the time to benchmark a new performance board complete with overclocking results, but since this is an H67 board and there is no CPU overclocking to be done short of Turbo Boost, I opted against it. The board is going to perform as well as the CPU you install - it's as simple as that.
What differentiates boards from each other in my opinion are the feature sets and price points.
Conclusion: Our testing of the H67A-UD3H was hit and miss when comparing it to the Intel DH67BL. In reality you won’t see much of a boost going from an Intel H67 to the H67A-UD3A, at least in game where it counts. Where you are going to see the improvement is in the amazing software, the quality of the components, and a lot more flexibility in the BIOS. If you are looking for a top notch entry level motherboard for your new Sandy Bridge rig this could be the board to go with.